Looking forward to meeting you at ICE2019

Jack Mizzi

Chief Marketing Officer

It’s that time of the year when we go in full prep mode for the ICE expo in London. Anyone in iGaming considers this event as a must-visit, and as BMIT we’re really looking forward to another successful event. As usual the event will be held at the ExCel in London, from the 5th to 7th of February, 2019.

The expo is our first major event for the year and it allows us to highlight new additions to our product portfolio, in the context of an enlarged IT services offering. 2019 is no different, and we’re really excited to meet new and existing customers during these 3 days!

This year we also thought of giving back a token of appreciation, at least to one lucky person we meet at ICE. Anyone meeting with any one of my commercial team colleagues at ICE 2019 will enter into a draw to win a DJI Spark drone. In other words, it’s the perfect opportunity to up your business and photography game all in one go!

If you would like to meet us please use this form, or contact one of our reps.

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